An ancient Cornish word, that has recently come back into use. It is used to describe an attractive woman, and it's roots can be traced back to various meanings, amongst them - "beautiful", "fun-loving" and "ever-young". Perhaps its most suitable modern equivalent is "Lovely", although some Cornish scholars maintain this to be an understatement.
"Look at that lass Francina, she is dimply"
A distractatron is a person (usually female) who is incredibly distracting through excessive attractiveness and/or a high sex drive. Being around one means you are unlikely to get anything else done.
This is not always a bad thing.
"Man, that girl is so dimply
, she is a total distractatron, I can't concentrate on my work"
A secondary greeting, to be used after the first round of hellos, typically on a phone conversation. It is often used as a filler while the caller/callee are remembering who called who and why. Pronounced similarly to "Hi" but the 'i' sound short, over-pronounced and with rising intonation, almost sounding surprised. Perhaps the best comparison is with a martial arts "hai-ya", but with the 'i' sound shortened abruptly. In writing, it is always followed with an exclamation mark.